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Wireless Technology over Internet of Things

  • Singaraju SrinivasuluEmail author
  • Modepalli Kavitha
  • Chandra Sekhar Kolli
Conference paper
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Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 1054)

Abstract

Diverse kinds of wireless technology and corresponding networks enable gadgets to address one another and to the web without cables. There are various wireless advancements out there that can be executed in hardware items for Internet of things and machine-to-machine correspondence. Wireless technology advances quickly and plays a significant role in lives of people all through the world. If we observe present-generation lifestyles, bigger number of people are depending on the technology either directly or indirectly. In IoT infrastructure, the things are to be identified or controlled wirelessly throughout existing system organization. So, many wireless technologies support objects’ communication in IoT applications. But reasonable wireless technology determination for the IoT application will upgrade the performance. This paper gives analysis of various wireless technologies supported for IoT like RFID, Bluetooth, Wi-fi, Zigbee, 6LoWPAN, Z-Wave, Lora WAN, Thread, Sigfox, NFC, Cellular, and Neul. This education will be helpful to basic learners of wireless technology.

Keywords

Bluetooth Cellular Internet of things (IoT) Lora WAN Neul NFC 6LoWPAN Sigfox RFID Thread Wi-fi Zigbee Z-Wave 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of CSEPACE Institute of Technology and SciencesOngoleIndia
  2. 2.Department of CSEKoneru Lakshmaiah Education FoundationVaddeswaram, GunturIndia

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